• Shop the NC Software Memorial Day Sale Event now through Monday May 27th midnight eastern (UTC-4) and take 15% off your order by applying coupon code MD19 at checkout. Visit nc-software.com to shop now. Renew subscriptions at any time as they will auto add based on your current expiration.
  • APDL - Airline Pilot Logbook version 9.1 is now available on the Apple App Store. Click here for details of what's new in this release. Major new features include Default Rest Facility, ATC Flight Planned Routes and Notifications of route changes, EDCT Status Board Widget, and more...

Verizon Wireless Flt Dept

razorbacks

Active member
Does anyone have any information on Verizon Wireless flight department? How many pilots, planes, types, salary, future plans? Any info would sure help
 

CA1900

Big Member
Too much spare time, my friend. ;)

Good luck on the job hunt, though; hopefully somebody here will have something actually helpful.
 

jumppilot03

Well-known member
May be a tough nut to crack these days. Verizon just bought Altell. Both have flight departments, so who knows how they are going to work it out.
 

BoilerUP

Citation style...
Judging by the name "razorbacks" and the fact he flies the Excel and CJ (both of which are operated by Alltel), he may just be trying to do some due diligence about his company's new owner...
 

PMVULB AvMgr

Well-known member
Verizon moved to MMU last year, taking 2 or 3 Gulfstreams with them from HPN. Not sure about the TEB base, but chances are tghey closed that down and moved those birds to MMU as well.
 

razorbacks

Active member
i know they have 3- G4's, 1- 450, 2 Challengers, and a Hawker. That is all I have heard. I am really interested in finding out how large their pilot force is and their future plans. If anyone knows those answers please respond. thanks
 

G4G5

Well-known member
They condolidated everything in MMU at the old ATT hanger. The move was completed last Nov. Everyone who accepted the move to MMU was given a moving package. By accepting the package they guranteed that they would not leave for the next two years or they would have to repay the cost of the package.

So my guess is that they have little if any turnover. Because, anyone who did not move retired or was replaced last winter.
 
Top